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    • Cooperation in the field of Justice and Home Affairs in the EU

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    • Date: 22 December 2008
      Sonja Stojanovic's lecture presented at the School for European Security

      Sonja Stojanović, Director of the Centre for Civil-Military Relations, held a presentation for students of the "School for European Security" on Monday, December 22. Sonja spoke on how cooperation in the field of justice and home affairs developed in the EU, starting from Trevi process in mid-1970's, all the way up to trend of "communitarization" laid out by the Lisbon Treaty.

      In her presentation, Sonja devoted special attention to the so-called "road map" awaiting Serbia if its government still wishes to reach the list of countries whose citizens are not obliged when travelling to the EU. As for the students of the School, matters of readmission, biometric systems of identification (the claim, how this was an EU initiative and demand was de-mistified) and in the broadest of terms, state administration's capacity to come to terms with ever more demanding standards of the EU were most interesting topics for discussion.

      Following on to what Robert Ondrejcsak had said to the students on Dec 15, Djordje Popovic, Research Fellow in the Centre organised a seminar entitled "Was the EU primarily an economic form of integration, or a peace project?".

      Next event will take place on January 19, when Raphael Bossong from Global Public Policy Initiative Berlin shall speak on the EU's anti-terror policy in the wake of the latest developments.

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